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Jenna Duck

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Adam Mouton

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Tracey Mouton

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Alan Smith

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Clarence Stewart

Vermilion Municipal and Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force Agents arrest five

According to Sheriff Mike Couvillon, the Vermilion Municipal and Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force made the following arrests for narcotics related offenses within the parish.
On Aug. 21, agents were conducting criminal patrol inside the city limits after receiving information from the Chief of Police into suspected illegal narcotic activity. Agents observed the vehicle described and observed it commit a traffic violation.

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Photo by Bruce Schultz/LSU AgCenter
Rice waits to be harvested by the combine in the background on a field on the Michael Fruge farm near Eunice.

Weather deals blow to Louisiana rice harvest

CROWLEY — Farmers probably would like to forget the 2019 rice crop, which has been plagued by low yields.
Bad weather from the start of the growing season through harvest is being blamed.
“Growing conditions have been less than ideal,” said LSU AgCenter rice specialist Dustin Harrell. “We didn’t have good conditions at any one point.”
Harrell estimated yields are off by 15% to 20% from the average harvest.
Yields range from the mid-20 barrel to the mid 60-barrel range, but much of it is between 35 and 43 barrels. “Most of it is below 45,” he said.

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Tyler Domingue has been missing since May of 2014.

Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office investigators recover body believed to be Tyler Domingue

On Aug. 27, investigators with the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office recovered a body believed to be that of a woman reported missing in St. Landry Parish in May 2014.
The body, preliminarily identified as that of Tyler Domingue, was recovered from Coulee Kinney after Sheriff’s detectives and the District Attorney’s Office developed information into her last known location.

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Terrance Felix

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Tavian Felix

Man wanted for 2nd-Degree murder in Shreveport arrested in Abbeville

A man wanted in connection to a murder in north Louisiana has been arrested in Abbeville.
​On Aug. 26, detectives with the Abbeville Police Department received information that a person wanted out of Shreveport was seen in Abbeville.
A N.C.I.C. check on that person confirmed that the subject, now identified as Terrance Felix, A.K.A. “Zap,” had a warrant for 2nd-Degree Murder out for his arrest stemming from a homicide which occurred in Shreveport. Detectives contacted the U.S. Marshal’s service, which confirmed that they were actively looking for Felix.



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